The Icelandic forward is said to be top of Ronald Koeman‘s list of potential signings this summer, but Everton have apparently been told they will need to dig much deeper to land the former Spurs man.
Last week, Swans chairman Huw Jenkins said that it would be hard to put a value on Sigurdsson, but clearly he’s found a price in the back of his mind.
He said: “It’s hard to suggest what sort of value Gylfi has in today’s market but to us he is priceless and we’ve got to make sure we do everything in our power to make sure he stays”.
Sigurdsson is also linked with a move back to London but after an ill-fated two year spell with Spurs, he is unlikely to fancy another move to them.
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